Celestial Seasonings Wildberry Zinger – Herbal Jambalaya
Mike: Yet another Celestial Seasonings sweet fruit tea but this one is pretty interesting. It has a lot of curious ingredients that add a bitter and tart element to the sweetness: rosehips, roasted chicory, orange peel, and the ever popular natural flavors. It also contains black raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, red raspberries, cranberries, and cherries. So, when they say that this is a wildberry zinger, they’re not kidding around. I suppose it really depends on how you define zinger though, since it has no formal definition.
Once you get past the sweetness, you can swish thisherbal tea in your mouth for a while and appreciate some of the more hidden flavors. Otherwise, it tastes like diluted hot fruit juice. Might be enjoyable after a meal. Keep Celestial Seasonings Wildberry Zinger out of the reach of children unless you want your furniture broken.
Dax: Straying from this mint tea review barrage, today’s Celestial Seasonings tea review is all aboutWildberry Zinger. The Zinger series makes its mark with heavy-duty fruit engagement mixed with a potent, yet tangy floral flavor. Celestial Seasonings lays the flavor on thick, unfortunately not the flavor I’m looking for in a tea. Blackberry is the alpha berry in this herbal tea, followed by cranberries and cherries. At least they didn’t include the puke berries from Hatchet; that would be a struggle. Try this one out if you like fruity teaflavors.